Growing up in the Irish Countryside has allowed parts of society to become accustomed to the scent of country air and the peaceful atmosphere. However, sometimes with a change of environment we begin to appreciate the green landscape left behind. This change has led me to produce a series of photographs based in an urban area of North Belfast, an interface area with arguably a negative history. Within this area there is an on-going dispute over a small piece of land that has been transformed into a constructed 'wilderness'. A sector of the community appreciate the garden, while others see it as a nuisance, therefore continuing the division of opinion. I believe that those who use the space have a desire to escape from the pressures of every-day life and the confinements of the family home.